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Louis Poulsen PH 5 Copper Pendant Light

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Celebrating 60 years of this classic Danish design icon, Louis Poulsen releases the raw, untreated PH 5 pendant light in Copper.

Designed by Dane Poul Henningsen in 1958, this Copper version is the newest addition to the PH 5 family as the lighting design icon turns 60. Unique yet pure in character, the pendant emits light both downwards and sideways, illuminating not only the surrounding area but also itself. The copper and aluminium shades are hand-spun by Louis Poulsen's skilled craftsmen at their factory in Vejen, Denmark. Importantly for this new addition to the PH 5 family, the polished shades are raw and untreated, meaning they are not lacquered and sealed, which will create a patina over time, resulting in a strikingly beautiful vintage look. If preferred, the patination can be removed by carefully polishing the copper surface, bringing the lamp back to its original look. Create a stunning focal point with this Danish design classic.

Dimensions
Height: 26.7cm x Diameter: 50cm
Cable length: max. 300cm

Materials & finishes
Spun Aluminium with a matt coated finish, spun raw untreated Copper. Struts in white matt coated rolled Aluminium. White textile electrical cable.

Treatment
Wipe off dust with a dry, soft cloth. Remove greasy spots etc with a soft dampened cloth in lukewarm water with a mild detergent. Never use detergents containing abrasives and solvents. Copper surface – to keep the shine and the light colour, treat the shade with a copper polish once or twice a year – polishes must not come into contact with the product's matt finished surfaces.

Bulb (not included)
1 x 75w E27

IP20 rated.

Please note this product is CE approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.